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GIVEAWAY: Saline Soothers Gift Pack! -CLOSED-


Boogie Wipes now has a line for adults!  I absolutely love the Boogie Wipes for my kids!  It's a great alternative to squirting saline up their nose. :)  Which they fight me on of course.  I've been waiting to do this review because I haven't had any nose issues.  But I was outside for awhile this morning and my allergies started to act up.  So I grabbed the Saline Soothers.  At first it's weird because I'm not used to blowing my nose on something that is least not on purpose. lol  But it's SO worth it!  It leaves a great feeling in there!  Kind of like a mild vicks vapor rub.  What I like about it also is that I only needed to use one.  And I don't have to worry about looking like Rudolph any time soon. :)  (always a

Little Busy Bodies, Inc. has announced it is taking on the challenges of adult noses suffering from colds, the flu, allergies and everyday irritants with the introduction of its new Saline Soothers product line.  The moist saline wipes represent the company’s expansion in the mucus management market that started back in 2007 with the launch of its first product, Boogie Wipes®.  Three years later, the company has moms everywhere skipping the dry tissue aisle and spending $6.5 million dollars on a better solution for their children’s stuffy noses.  Now, adults everywhere can experience what children have been cheering about – a better way to comfort dry, stuffy noses.

“The introduction of Saline Soothers is a natural extension of our line of products,” said Little Busy Bodies, Inc. co-founder and CEO, Julie Pickens.  “The reality is, adults have boogies too, and our noses get just as chapped and tender as our children’s.  We knew Boogie Wipes were a better alternative to dry tissues for our kids and wanted adults to reap the benefits of a saline wipe as well.”

You can find Saline Soothers at Walgreens nationwide and they should show up in Walmart soon.  A re-sealable 15 count pack is $1.99.

One winner will receive a pack of Saline Soothers Gift Pack! US only
Gift Pack includes:
2 Full Packs (in different scents)
2 Coupons
3 Fragrance Free Sachets
3 Mint Sachets

Here's how to win:

1.  Leave a comment on Boogie Wipes Facebook Page
2.  Fill out the form below

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Giveaway ends Tuesday August 23rd at Midnight MST.  Winner will be chosen by  US residents only.  I was given a sample to review.  No other compensation was received.  All information will be discarded when giveaway is over.  Your privacy is important.


PAFM1964 said…
Saw the video would love try those.
Toni Keltner said…
I saw the video! My kids love Boogie Wipes and I would to try Saline Soothers!
lewalk said…
I watched the video. I have a 15 year old that could really use those, although she uses the Boogie Wipes too. Lol.

Leah W.
Tara Oliver said…
I watched the video, too!
Hifam said…
I watched the video. Thanks for the giveaway.
latanya said…
I watched the video
Amanda said…
I watched! Thank you for hosting this giveaway.
Crystal K. said…
I watched the video.

crystalkirk at
Jolynn_Reads said…
I watched You Tube video
lilyk said…
I watched the Saline Soothers YouTube video.

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